Wrath of the Lich King released on November 13, 2008 in North America and Europe.
I have a few memories I treasure of my time playing World of Warcraft -- proposing to my wife in Molten Core, getting Sulfuras, killing Yogg-0 for a Realm First and getting Mim's Head -- but my ultimate favorite memory is probably just spending nights hanging out around Captain Placeholder watching the sun rise while talking to my not-yet-wife because we were separated by distance, she up here in Edmonton and me down there in Seattle.
One of the more interesting developments to come out of BlizzCon 2018 was the announcement of a new zone with a new megadungeon: Mechagon.
By burning Teldrasil, Sylvanas not only pushed the Alliance and Horde into full-scale war — she launched a furious debate in the community as to why she did it.
Sometimes I think World of Warcraft has an unsolvable problem -- people still want to play it.
There's a ton of new content coming to World of Warcraft in patch 8.1, and we've already written about the really big news.
A 22.3% overall drop in experience required for levels 20-120 has been datamined on the World of Warcraft patch 8.1 PTR according to Wowhead.
Coming reasonably close on the heels of patch 8.1, World of Warcraft's patch 8.1.5 will bring a lot more changes to Azeroth.
I've been getting more into transmog lately and that has extended into a thematically-appropriate critter follow me around.
The Tides of Vengeance are coming.